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(Cengage Learning, 2010)
The market-leading textbook for principles of management courses reaches a new level with Richard L. Daft being joined by Martyn Kendrick and Natalia Vershinina (both Leicester Business School) to provide an unparalleled ...
Indigenous rights and development: a new direction in responsible governance
(Third International Symposium on Corporate Responsibility and Sustainable Development, Ryerson University, Toronto, 2015-06-07)
Critical action learning: Extending its reach
(Taylor and Francis, 2012)
Cognitive synergy in groups and group-to-individual transfer of decision-making competencies.
(Frontiers Media, 2015-09-15)
In a field study (148 participants organized in 38 groups) we tested the effect of group synergy and one's position in relation to the collaborative zone of proximal development (CZPD) on the change of individual decision-making ...
Russian Entrepreneurs in London : Are they Flying Business Class?
(British Academy of Management Conference, 2013-09-10)
This paper’s objective is to examine transnational nature of new entrepreneurial community through the “forms of capital” framework (Ram et al, 2008, Vershinina, et.al. 2011). This study examines the stories of fourteen ...
Are regulatory interventions seen as an obstacle or an enabler to SME performance and growth in transition economies: a study of gendered perceptions?
Objectives The aim of this paper is to empirically test the influence of the perceived regulatory burden in the context of postcommunist economies on SME performance and growth from a gender perspective. Prior Work The ...
Barriers to innovation through public procurement: A supplier perspective
Public procurement is increasingly viewed as having important potential to drive innovation. Despite this interest, numerous barriers prevent the public sector from acting as an intelligent and informed customer. This paper ...
SME financing and credibility: does entrepreneur’s gender matter?
(Institute for Small Business & Entrepreneurship, 2013-11-11)
Objectives: The aim of this paper is to explore the notion of entrepreneur credibility, a sense of belief or trust in the individual’s ability to fulfill the entrepreneurial role and create and sustain a viable venture, ...